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Saint Heron Presents: The Secret Life of Plants

New Orleans, if you missed Homecoming on Thursday night, here’s another chance to kick it with us this weekend. On February 18th, Saint Heron is hosting a musically botanical experience and ode to Stevie Wonder‘s remarkable Journey Through The Secret Life of Plants album. The extrasensory body of work was the soundtrack to Peter Tompkins and Christopher…

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Interview: Nelly Furtado Tours Us Through ‘The Ride’ of Her Illustrious Career

From traditional pop classics, urban dance tracks and steamy Latin love ballads, Nelly Furtado‘s body of work makes a solid argument as one of the most diverse discographies in pop-music history. Which, in part, is why I virtually jumped at the chance to interview the renowned Canadian songstress. That, along with the fact that her…

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The Super Spirit of Junie Morrison

I remember the first time I heard Junie Morrison‘s “Super Spirit“…Q-Tip played it for me one night in his studio in Jersey. No song had ever made me feel quite like it. It tapped into places and spiritual frequencies that I couldn’t even put into words. I listened to it on loop for an hour,…

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Roll Back, Play That: Terrace Martin

Musical heartthrob and creative genius Terrace Martin is the Grammy-nominated musician responsible for 2016’s genre-defying Velvet Portraits. For music that feels like the most stunning photographs, Martin’s otherworldly energy and versatility in that album couldn’t have been given a more fitting title. Intrigued by Terrace’s distinguished artistry, Saint Heron chatted with the all-around music enthusiast…

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Saint Heron, BMike and Nike Present: Homecoming

All Star weekend is approaching and Saint Heron, BMike and Nike have collaborated to kick the weekend off with a special celebration of New Orleans culture this Thursday, February 16th. In our first ever pep rally-style event, Southern University’s “Human Jukebox” band and Dancing Dolls will be joining us for the spirited nightcap. Nike’s theme for…

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Solange Hosts Intimate Wine & Grind: Grammy Edition

Always flawless and ever the inspiration, our leading lady Solange won big at this year’s Grammy’s ceremony, bringing home her first award for Best R&B Performance for “Cranes in the Sky.” In honor, the singer-songwriter celebrated with family and friends as she hosted an intimate Wine & Grind: Grammy Edition to feed the soul. A Saint…

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Black Imprints: A Look At The First Comic Books By A Black Author

Comics have always been inclusive when it comes to implementing people of color into the story line. Of all the various media forms, comics were some of the early adaptors who made room for Black characters. We have celebrated many moments of inclusion in recent years, but before there were ever a RiRi Williams , Storm…

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The Revisit: Erykah Badu’s ‘Baduizm’ Turns 20

Erykah Badu’s debut album was a culturally sentimental work that explored the fusion of Jazz, Blues, R&B, Gospel and Funk elements so in depth that it blatantly threw the industry’s limitations of R&B/Soul a curve ball. At the time, a few artists were on the brink of pioneering the Neo-soul subgenre, but they each maintained…

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Listen to Our Favorite Jams of January

It’s a new year, and one of our New Year Intentions is to keep bringing you our favorite Jams of the Month. We were curious to see how this year would do musically compared to the phenomenal releases of 2016, but with the first month of 2017 setting the tone, we don’t have much to…

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Find Encouragement Through Handwritten Manifestos Left At PROCLAMATION! Miami

Just one week after a painstakingly goodbye to President Obama, we left our woes on the dance floor during PROCLAMATION! at The Standard Spa, Miami Beach. In natural Saint Heron House fashion, we dedicated our energy towards releasing our truths in fellowship, making self-care an obligation, and exuding self-love and love for others with purpose.…

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Get Into It: Leyla McCalla

The ever-evolving boundaries between classic genres have blurred beautifully behind Leyla McCalla‘s take on folk music. She’s far from the average musician. Singing in French, Haitian Creole and English, the string-loving songstress has found her niche through the combined expression of her music and meaningful messages. With versatility on her side, she plays the cello, tenor banjo and guitar. Equipped with a voice…

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Saint Heron Presents: The Saint Heron House – Miami

Miami, our post-Thanksgiving PROCLAMATION! party was so incredible that we couldn’t stay away too long. This time, we’re taking full advantage of the opportunity for fellowship with two days of The Saint Heron House. On Friday, January 27th, you’ll be dancing your woes away with us to the sounds of our resident DJ Kyle Woods…

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